Firangi

[sword] The firangi (iː; derived from the Arabic term (al- faranji) for a Western European [a `Frank`]), (Marathi:फिरंगाना) was an Indian sword type which used blades manufactured in Western Europe and imported by the Portuguese, or made locally in imitation of European blades. ==Physical characteristics== The firangi sword
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firangi

An Indian sword with a straight, strengthened blade for use with both hands. The blade was often imported from Europe, hence the name firangi, or 'foreigner'.
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Firangi

Firangi TV is a channel from the Sahara One Media, one of India`s media giants based in Mumbai, Maharashtra. The channel would air global soap operas dubbed in Hindi. FIRANGI due to be launched on February 25, 2008, would air bold and contemporary TV shows from Europe, North America, South America and Asia, dubbed in Hindi. The target audience fo.
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firangi

An Indian sword with a straight, strengthened blade for use with both hands. The blade was often imported from Europe, hence the name firangi, or 'foreigner'.
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